Category: Politics

  • How I voted

    Here’s how I voted. Like I inferred earlier, I went with a straight GOP ticket. POTUS — Bush/Cheney John Kerry is a Massachusetts Liberal — in most years, he wouldn’t even be considered electable. He’ll pull Douglas County, though. I don’t believe there is a conciveable way Bush could have prevented the country from going […]

  • Vote

    November 2, 2004 is Election Day in the states. Remember to vote. 🙂 I will be there Tuesday morning, and I’ll probably say who I voted for Tuesday afternoon. However, I’ll drop one big hint: I lean toward the right side of the fence.

  • More SLT ramblings

    Local Resident Richard Heckler had a Letter to the Editor in today’s J-W about the South Lawrence Trafficway. He also posted it to Larryville. Some of his opening paragraphs were cut, focusing on the issue of a Traffic Light that is along the existing stretch. A recent fatality accident and the proximity to the local […]

  • Debate Results

    I must confess, I did not watch the presidential debate last night. However, I saw Fark link to conflicting opinions as to whether Bush or Kerry won the first debate — and Fark posted both under “Obvious”. Somehow, I just think that this reflects the polarized nature of this year’s elections. Those that suppoted Bush […]

  • SLT Musings

    The local paper has done a story about the status of the South Lawrence Trafficway highway project — which, as the local highway guru, I have a perticular interest, and have been observing since about 1990. As it stands, the earliest the SLT could be completed is 2012, based upon the idea the legislature would […]

  • Klingons for Kerry

    Saw this article on the Drudge Report a while back. A group of Oregon residents dressed up like Klingons for the release of a Star Trek DVD at a local record store. These Klingons state they support Kerry because “A good war is based on honor, not deception… The first warrior, President Bush, deceived us […]